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Focus Fusion licensed; practical EVs; solar windows; Ormat

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  • Sterling D. Allan
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        Focus Fusion > Focus Fusion License Signed
        - Lawrenceville Plasma Physics, Inc. has announced the signing of its first licensing agreement of the focus fusion technology that is projected to be a safe, clean, easy, reliable energy solution that could provide electricity at a few tenths of a cent per kilowatt-hour. (PESN; Nov. 30) (Thanks Bon Kulman)
      • EV > Making Electric Vehicles Practical - Research presented this week at the annual MRS meeting promises to double battery capacity, cut costs, extend life--and finally make electric cars attractive to the masses. (MIT Technology Review; Nov. 29)
      • Solar > Plan Developed for Solar-to-Electricity Glass Windows - Octillion's R&D work involves integrating films of silicon nanoparticles on glass surfaces in order to convert solar energy coming through home and office windows into electricity, without losing significant transparency or requiring major changes in manufacturing infrastructure. (Renewable Energy Access; Nov. 29)
      • Geothermal / Thermal Electric > Ormat Technologies - The Ormat Energy Converter (OEC) is a power generation unit which converts low and medium temperature heat into electrical energy using the Organic Rankine Cycle. Ormat has manufactured more than 750 MW of geothermal power plants, and also uses the OEC to generate power from exhaust heat recovery in energy-intensive industrial processes. (Thanks John Q. Public)
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